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Research Committee

David Bradbury-Squires, MSc, MD, CCFP (EM)
Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland and Labrador

David is primarily based in Grand Falls-Windsor, NL and works as a rural Emergency and Family Medicine Physician across NL. David obtained his MD from Memorial in 2017, and completed his Family Medicine residency rurally in Grand-Falls-Windsor, followed by his CCFP (EM) year at Memorial.David started practice in July 2020 and is excited to incorporate research into his rural practice. Currently, his areas of interest include rural-based simulation training and anaphylaxis management in the Family Medicine clinic.

His interests outside of work include hiking and snow shoeing with his wife Christy and their dog, Charlie, as well as biking, skiing, and snowmobiling.

The purpose of this committee is to promote the development and dissemination of high quality research to improve the health of rural populations.

The committee has initiated oral research presentation sessions at the Rural and Remote Medicine Course, in order to encourage other researchers to share their work.

The Rural Research Spotlight page has a sample of Canadian institutes which focus on rural health research.

Members of the Research Committee

Dr. David Bradybury-Squires - Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
Dr. Eli Orrantia - Marathon    ON
Mr. Erik Friesen - Toronto, ON
Ms. Jessica Kainth - Coldstream, BC
Mr. Brenton Button -Nipigon, ON

If you would like to become a part of the research committee please Email the Chair of the Committee, or get in touch with the SRPC office.